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  • Propulsion shop spins up new hardware

    Senior Airman Sean Kenney, an aerospace propulsion apprentice with the 910th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, and Senior Airman Daniel Phillis, an aerospace propulsion journeyman with the 910 AMXS, repair a propeller June 11, 2019, here. Once maintenance is complete, the propeller will be transferred to a C-130H Hercules engine.
  • Governor's office seeks opportunities to grow YARS and community

    Retired Col. Joe Zeis, the Senior Advisor for Aerospace and Defense for the Ohio Governor’s Office, attended a Youngstown Air Reserve Base Community Council dinner here, June 14, 2019.
  • Kelley assumes command of 910th Medical Squadron

    Col. Colleen E. Kelley assumed command of the 910th Medical Squadron (MDS) June 8, 2019, here.
  • Medical commander sets sail into retirement

    A retirement ceremony was held for Col. (Dr.) Rodney Waite, the commander of 910th Medical Squadron, May 4, 2019, here.
  • Readiness comes through training in attack response exercise

    The 910th Airlift Wing conducted a Weapons of Mass Destruction exercise May 5, 2019, here.
  • From failures to fitness, exercise physiology program helps Airmen excel

    Matthew Gruse is the exercise physiologist for the 910th AW. He works with the wing’s Reserve Citizen Airmen to assess individual fitness levels, work through limiting factors, pursue individualized fitness plans and, ultimately, excel at the Air Force fitness test.
  • Legislative fellow visits YARS

    Youngstown Air Reserve Station leadership sits down with Zach Prager, a legislative fellow from Congressman Tim Ryan’s office on May 29, 2019, here. Prager visited the installation to meet with YARS leadership and get an up-close look at the installation’s infrastructure and the 910th’s mission.
  • Aircrew trains for CBRN attack response

    Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 910th Operations Group participated in an Aircrew Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear defense training event here, May 4, 2019.
  • Click it or Ticket: Day and night

    To ensure motorists are wearing their seat belts, law enforcement officers across the nation will be stepping up their efforts from May 20 to June 2, 2019, to help prevent crash fatalities.
  • A Port Dawg's rise to the top

    Master Sgt. Tae Choe, 76th PDC team chief, who has served in the Air Force for 11 years, has worked his way through the ranks of the PDC. He started in 2015 as a non-team member training with the team. He became a team member in 2017 and became the team leader in 2019.